Updated: 10:36 AM Everyone has stories about their life that they like to tell others about,
and now you have the chance to get your's published. A Grand Junction woman is writing a book for the city's 125 th anniversary.
Updated: 5:36 PM Colorado's second rifle season is now underway. There are expected to be nearly one hundred thousand hunters around the Grand Valley. If you are planning outdoor activities, there are some important things to keep in mind.
Updated: 6:51 PM There are nearly 20–thousand registered voters in Montrose County and the two candidates for Montrose County Clerk and Recorder are hoping those voters will cast their votes for them so they can be in charge of future elections.
Updated: 9:25 PM Backers of a marijuana initiative on the November ballot want to find out if any wrong doing was done in the planning of a press conference opposing the amendment, which was held last week in Grand Junction.
Updated: 8:56 PM In 1883 the Governor of Colorado appointed Mesa County's first sheriff. Two years later, residents took on the responsibility of electing the next sheriff. Over one hundred years later, residents will soon be making the choice yet again.
Updated: 9:03 PM Water and how to deal with illegal immigration are just some of the issues facing residents in District 54, but the the candidates vying for the seat in the State House of Representatives want to help find solutions.
Updated: 9:15 PM With the population growing and energy exploration booming in Western Colorado, property values are on the rise. The two candidates for Mesa County Assessor both want to be in charge of overseeing these properties.
Updated: 9:06 PM The office of Secretary of State in Colorado covers many areas, from elections to information technology. The two candidates in this year's race are different in character, but on the same page in many aspects of how the office should be run.
Updated: 8:51 PM With no County sales tax and allegations of uninvestigated sexual assaults in the West End of Montrose County, the new Sheriff will have a lot on his plate, but the candidates say they are more than capable of solving these problems and more.
Updated: 12:57 PM Water, health care and regulating the oil and gas industry these are just a few of the issues facing the Western Slope. Both Candidates for State Senate think they have what it takes to tackle these issues and more.